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Default Air Force Logo 21st SW annual awards week
As part of the 21st Space Wing's annual awards week, all of our local and geographically-separated unit nominees gathered together for the beginning of a week-long series of events Jan. 28 aimed at rewarding their exceptional performance in 2007. Scheduled activities included tours of Colorado Springs, Colo., Peterson, the Air Force Academy and the
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Front Range military community comes together for SnoFest
This past weekend, the 21st Space Wing had the distinct pleasure of hosting the 18th annual SnoFest event at the Keystone Resort, Colo. It was a great weekend with more than 3,000 members from Front Range military community participating in this year's festivities. Families and personnel from Buckley AFB, F.E. Warren AFB, Schriever AFB, the Air
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2008
Default Air Force Logo 6th SWS the epitome of a crisp organization
On Jan. 16, your command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Timothy Omdal and I visited the 6th Space Warning Squadron at Cape Cod Air Force Station, Mass. Accompanying us on our visit was another outstanding Airman from the 21st Space Wing, Airman 1st Class Jacob Close. Airman Close, who works in the 21st Operations Support Squadron's Intelligence Flight as
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2008
Default Air Force Logo 21st CES provides unsurpassed installation support
Last week we received some great news that our 21st Civil Engineer Squadron won the 2007 "Maj. Gen. Robert H. Curtin Award" in the small unit category. This is awarded to the most outstanding civil engineer unit in the Air Force with less than 550 military and civilian members. This award truly validates the hard work and dedication the men and
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2008
Master Sgt. Theron Jones monitors the progress of a 67-vehicle convoy.   U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Scott Reed. This poster is 9x14 inches @ 300 ppi and was created by Virginia Reyes of the Air Force News Agency. This image is 10x6.5 @ 300 ppi and is available up to 14x9 @ 300 ppi. Poster is also available as a PDF Prepping for deployment: Knowing powers of attorney
Many members of the 21st Space Wing are or will soon be preparing to deploy in support of the global war on terrorism, spanning the entire globe. But before they take off on their air expeditionary force cycle, one of the most important matters facing them is the handling of personal affairs back at home. A power of attorney transfers important
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2008
African-American History Month mini-poster, 7.5x10 inches, 300 ppi. This poster was created by the Air Force News Agency. The image for this poster is available up to 18x24 inches at 300 ppi and can be provided in any format required upon request. Air force Link does not provide printed posters but assistance can be provided in acquiring posters through your servicing DAPS. A PDF version for printing on office printers is also available. Requests can be made to afgraphics@dma.mil. Please specify the title and number. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – Life, Purpose and People
During a speech in Montgomery Alabama, titled, Conquering Self-Centeredness (1957), Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., said "An individual has not started living fully until they can rise above the narrow confines of individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of humanity ... Every person must decide, at some point, whether they will walk in the
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2008
Col. Jay Raymond, 21st Space Wing commander Deployed Families Dinner important part of caring for our Airmen
One of the key tenets of the 21st Space Wing mission is to develop and deploy Warrior Airmen to defend America and our Allies. In fact, there are currently 202 wing members deployed and more than 50 scheduled to depart in the next week. Likewise, there are approximately 264 other members from Peterson and Schriever AFB deployed overseas in service
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2008
Default Air Force Logo EEO and MEO join forces to fight harassment, discrimination
Two offices are joining forces Air Force wide in an effort to more effectively fight harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The Air Force has two separate offices for managing unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment programs; the Equal Employment Opportunity office, charged with handling the civilian population on base, and the
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2008
Col. Jay Raymond, 21st Space Wing commander New Year’s message highlights successes and expectations
First and foremost, Happy New Year and welcome back from what was hopefully a very satisfying and enjoyable holiday season. During this period, I know many of you had the opportunity to spend additional time with family and friends while taking some well-deserved time off. After an extremely busy year, taking time to "recharge the batteries" is
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Commander visits Space Warning Squadron at Clear Air Force Station
Last week Chief  Master Sgt. Timothy Omdal and I traveled to Clear Air Force Station, home of the 13th and 213th Space Warning Squadrons. Once again, Chief Omdal and I chose another outstanding Airman to accompany us on our site trip--this time it was Senior Airman Sara Smyer from the 21st Space Wing Command Post. Airman Smyer is a recent recipient
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2007
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